Inhalt / abstract
Ericksonian Hypnosis and Psychotherapy has lost some of the important ideas that Milton Erickson firmly believed in; and some of his work has been blurred so its clarity is sometimes lessened. Erickson changed the definitions of hypnosis and created a new and broader understanding of the unconscious—and relying on that unconscious. He created deep hypnosis simply by connecting and conversing. He knew differences between psychotherapy and healing. He understood and relied on neural plasticity as a tool for teaching client to change on deep levels. This workshop will discuss these ideas in depth with references to Erickson’s own work. Demonstrations of concepts will be provided and exercises to practice these broader perceptions will be provided.